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the tower struck is tower 6. just behind those trees. >> the tanker that sits in the bay. according to the u.s. coast guard, before 11:30 a.m. this morning, the tanker was on its way back out to sea when it hit a barrier along the bay bridge. >> this is a scrape for the bay bridge. didn't touch the structure. >> reporter: the fenders are made of blastic and wood -- plastic and wood and been in place since 1936. however they were upgraded in 2007. >> 30-40 feet has been damaged and will need to be replaced. damaged in the way it was supposed to. protected the bridge. >> reporter: within 20 minutes a crew was checking the structure. at no time was anyone in jeopardy. >> the bay bridge is safe and
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open and not closed throughout the entire time. >> reporter: you can see this is video of another ship passing through under the bay bridge. at no time was traffic effected. at 6:00 p.m. we will bring you the latest in this developing story. i will have more at 6:00 p.m. paul chambers, ktvu channel 2 news. >> here is another view, a upclose picture of the damage done by the ship. you can see a part of the barrier stuck to the tanker that hit the bridge. >> what else do we know about the ship involved? >> consumer editor tom vacar continues our coverage with what he learned. tom? >> reporter: zoom into the back of the ship where the control tower is and where the smoke stacks is, that is where the damage took place. we are lucky because the ship not being loaded it would have done more damage to itself and
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to the bridge. this is a tanker, flagged in the pacific marshall islands. >> reporter: a bulk petroleum tanker that carried crude oil to the refinery and empty. that accounts for why the tanker was riding so high in the water. >> initial findings are that there is not any spill or discharge of product thine watt -- product into the water. >> the ship hit the base of the tower where the coast guard has a controlled tower. >> the vessel was not under the control of the coast guard, it is under the control of the pilot and the chip's captain. >> reporter: the skin of the
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ship was not torn. >> so there was not any penetration of the hull that we have found to date. the vessel is still sea worthy as far as we can tell. >> reporter: there is a 4,000- foot oil boom on stan by to be de-- stand by to be deployed if needed. coming out live again, it was riding high in the water because it wasn't filled with oil. reporting live, tom vacar, ktvu channel 2 news. >> you can find the coast guard's statement and as well as a link to the route on look under today's hot topics. the fbi is taking over the
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job of finding victims of the "speed freak killers." the excavation of a well last year uncovered a thousand bones and the remains of three victims. ktvu's ken pritchett joins us live with what the fbi announced today. >> reporter: today the fbi announced they are excavating a new well and we are a mile from that location right now as we zoom in. you can see how the machinery perhaps and the trucks there by the fbi where they were on that site today. this new well outside of linden is a quarter of a mile from the first well that was located last year, that as promised contained human remains. >> reporter: the fbi says the well is 50 feet deep and barely visible from the service. he says the well was identified after more than six months of investigation. >> information that has been supplied to the fbi by our local and state law enforcement
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organizations and interviews we had with wesley shermantine himself. >> reporter: wesley shermantine was brought to this area in the fall to show the investigators where more victims were buried. wesley shermantine and loren herzog, the "speed freak killers" are believed to have killed dozens of people in the 90s. loren herzog killed himself in 2011. in february excavation revealed three sets of remains, two women identified and a third set remains unknown. the fbi stresses it is not certain this will bring up new remains. >> no particular individual is associated with this site. >> reporter: to be clear, we lonely know this may contain remains. after wells fargo started caping a year aquation
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cooperating a year ago -- cooperating a year ago remains have been found. they expect to dig at this new site 5 feet deep every day, meaning this could take 2-3 weeks. ken pritchett, ktvu channel 2 news. >> and with the new develop comes new hope a family can finally get some answers. rita williams spoke to a mother today and she will have more at 5:30 p.m. man was charged with a cold case murder of a woman whose body was found in a dumpster. we have pictures on north shoreline boulevard. the body was found in january of 1985 in a trash container. technicians found dna under her fingernails. police say that a database matched the dna to a man.
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today he was charged with murder. he is being held on $2 million bail. a train hit and killed a man and his dog this morning. amtrak says the train hit them as they were crossing the tracks this morning. investigators say it appears the man was pushing a bike and walking his dog. other trains ended up using alternate tracks and did not stop there. police are investigating the first hop side of the new year -- homicide of the new year. someone fired a gun into a car killing a teen. it happened before 1:00. the police department's shots spotter picked up several gun shots and officers were there quickly. at this point no arrests have been made. family of a woman set on fire by her boyfriend expect
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her to survive but her recovery will by long and difficult. ktvu's allie rasmus is live with new information you uncovered about the boyfriend's past and what police are doing it find him. >> the man has a criminal history, he also has a previous domestic violence charge that is detailed in this complaint. police are searching for this man, dexter oliver. police say he threw gas on his girlfriend and lit her on fire yesterday after they got into an argument. >> i don't know what will happen to her. i don't. >> reporter: starr lamare a mother of three will be in the burn unit for the next 4-5 months. she will need numerous surgeries. >> face. chest. waist up.
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he tried to kill her. >> reporter: it is not the first time he has been accused of being violent in a relationship. in 2009 he pled guilty to battery charges. a judge ordered him to attend domestic violence counseling. he went to one class and never went back. >> how can you go from arguing to setting someone on fire. >> reporter: she says her sister and dexter oliver had been dating six months. she tried to end the relationship before. >> he will leave a day or two and then come back. >> reporter: now that he is wanted for attempted murder he finally left their home for good. >> we are checking areas he is known to frequent, addresses we have on file. we are asking for the public's help to find him. >> reporter: san francisco police warn that dexter oliver is dangerous, anyone who sees
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him should call police immediately. live in san francisco, allie rasmus, ktvu channel 2 news. police arrested two men this afternoon after reports of someone brandishing a weapon near overfelt high school. officers spotted the car and tried to pull it over but they ran away. police arrested two men after a door to door search. they learned the car was stolen. the lock down was lifted at 1:00 p.m. the u.s. supreme court set two dates to hear arguments on the leldy of gay marriage. march 26. california's law banning same- sex marriage. the case stems from a lawsuit filed in 2009 on behalf of two california couples and on march 27 the supreme court will hear a challenge to the defense of marriage act. the u.s. supreme court
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today refused to hear a challenge to a government funding of stem cell research. two scientists sued to stop the work. they claim they were violating the law that prohibits taxpayer financing. bank of america will pay $10 billion to fannie mae. that money is to settle claims that grew out of the mortgage crisis. bank of america bought country wide in 2008. it covers 30,000 loans. that comes as 10 banks agreed to a settlement of wrongful foreclosure claims. six billion will go to people in danger of foreclosure, bank of america and wells fargo are among the banks agreeing to the
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settlement. >> lawmakers return to work for the first time this year with democrats in control of both houses. for the first time in 130 years democrats hold majority in the state senate and adembly -- assembly. they plan to address school funding, gun control laws and environmental regulations. dog grooming ban crashes into a business, we will tell you what happened before it happened and what it means for the store. >> back here in 10 minutes, fog back in the bay area forecast for tomorrow morning. the locations of that fog and how cold it will get into the five-day forecast. some things won't last 25 years. ah! woof! some things will.
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this morning. authorities say the plane was arriving from los angeles, there were two men on board. >> nobody is hurt. they are both okay. the one did tell the first people on scene he came in too fast and skidded off the run way. >> investigators say they are from arizona. the faa is investigating what happened. stolen truck smashed into a building in san jose this morning damaging two businesses about 8:00 a.m. this morning. ktvu's janine de la vega tells us what was found inside that truck. >> reporter: firefighters surveyed through the debris inside this store called up in smoke. employees stood back speechless as they watched them trying to pull this van out. the van was stolen at 2:00 a.m. >> there were reports that called in saying they saw it speeding down the road with a
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tire off, sparks flying. >> reporter: this morning a passerby watched as the van plunged into had store. inside a couple of 12paction of beer were -- 12 packs of beer were found. >> they had alcohol. they were probably dui and that probably contributed to them running into a business. >> reporter: both businesses are left to clean up the mess. this is only one of two vans they owe and this will cost them. >> we are speechless. we had the pet expo this weekend, i don't know now. >> we just remodeled it. we got a lot of stuff in there worth a lot of money and now with the water, i am sure he is disappointed. >> reporter: the damage here is unknown how long the store will
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remain closed. janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. four people were hurt today when an suv crashed into a restaurant. it happened about 12:45 p.m. this afternoon. the suv plowed into had dining room and out the back of the building. the driver thought the car was in reverse. one person suffered a broken leg. san jose police identified a man killed yesterday in a car crash. police say he veered off the road on south first street. his car slammed into two light poles and flipped over. investigators do not know why he lost control of the car but they do not believe drugs and alcohol were involved. a judge ordered the release of documents accusing priests of child molestations.
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this contributes an order from 2010 that allowed them to redact the names. the documentinizeclude letters, memos -- documents include letters and memos. files have shown the church shuffled priests without calling police. all things diggal says he has begun a reorganization of google. the unit now looks like what google uses. they focus on the category model, ad reps sells anything google offers. the report says the changes are causing confusion among the sales force. on wall street today stocks were down as investigators were worried. the dow is down 50 to 13,384. the nasdaq is down 2 at 3,098. the s&p is down 4 at 1,461.
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secretary of state hillary clinton received tongue and cheek welcome back gifts today. hillary clinton was sidelined for several weeks after suffering from a concussion and a blood clot. today her staff presented her with a padded football helmet and this jersey. one said working in washington is a contact sport. the bay area issued a spare the air day alert for tomorrow. beautiful shot there. this alert means no burning tomorrow indoors or out. wood smoke causes most of the air pollution during the winter months. >> this was such a pretty day. our chief meteorologist bill martin can say it came on a day when everyone is back at work
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and school. >> the weather today, cold this morning. tomorrow starts off cold. day time highs tomorrow will be warmer. a warm up and then into a cool down. interesting week. here is what i am tracking. gulf of alaska, this next system will drop down the coast. coming right thousand pike here. from the north. it will be another cold system. we are looking at potential for snow on bay area peaks. the real story will be the cold over night lows. outside right now, cloudy, fairfield partly cloudy skies. the clouds keep it warmer tonight. next few nights we will have clouds, but temperatures will fall off. 49 in fairfield. right now, not that much. 51 livermore. 54 oakland. not a warm afternoon out there and temperatures will be warmer
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tomorrow. cloud forecast, 1:00 a.m. tomorrow morning, right? you see fog. dense fog advisory. parts of the bay area tomorrow. dense fog this morning. showing up there. look how it fills in here, 7:00 a.m., tuesday morning, a lot in the valley, down in the south bay, east bay. be prepared for more fog. temperatures in the afternoon will warm up. things clear out. that is 4:00 p.m. on tuesday. forecast then in terms of what we are expecting tuesday, morning fog. sun and high clouds. as we get into wednesday, thursday, we get this change in weather. cold system bumps up against the coast. lower snow levels as well. when i come back, i will show you what i expect the system to do, comes from the north, drop snow levels and creates freezing conditions. it will be freezing in the
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bigger cities. see you back here. >> thank you. trying to end gun violence, focusing on something other than the guns, the change they are calling for. >> you don't see this every day, incredible pictures of a stampede of dolphins. more of this video from southern california when we come back. hmm, it says here that cheerios helps lower cholesterol as part of a heart healthy diet. that's true. ...but you still have to go to the gym. ♪ the one and only, cheerios
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officials removed a mountain lion from a backyard this morning. he was spotted about 8:00 a.m. this morning. officials told neighbors to stay indoors. officials shot the animal with a tranquilizer dart. and they will release it into the national forecast. dolphins stole the limelight in southern california over the weekend. look at this footage. 1,000 dolphins put on a show yesterday as they swam near the boat. underwater cameras offered a unique view. part of the california coast is known for having a high population of dolphins. this new campaign takes aim not at the guns but at ammunition. >> when we have so many safe guards in place around the purchase of guns, why is it so
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much easier to buy bullets? >> teachers, police, law makers and city leaders said it is past time to pass tougher restrictions. it would require sellers to be licensed and purchasers would have to show i.d. and it would require the department of justice to keep a registry of sales. >> we have a registry for guns, weight check for guns, i.d. requirements for guns, we have all of that for guns but not for bullets. >> takes buts to kill people with a gun. when bullets are more readily available we have a problem. >> they also ban kits that convert guns into illegal assault weapons. her bill will hit the floor
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this month along with a bill to restrict online bullet sales. companies bidding to buy the hostess brands have been narrowed down to two. they shut down in november. reports are saying the world's largest bread maker is a potential buyer. flowers foods is also close to buying hostess. yellow ribbon for a little girl kidnapped so long ago, now her mother's search may almost be over. >> while a family demands closure, a police department holds a press conference to offer transparency to a officer involved shooting. ♪
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complete bay area news coverage continues right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 5:00 p.m. >> we told you earlier how the fbi is taking over the search for victims of the "speed freak killers." and one person they will be looking for is mukayla garrett. she hasn't been seen since 1998. rita williams has been following the case and spoke with her mother today. this must be gut wrenching for her. >> reporter: it is impossible for the rest of us to know how gut wrenching. >> i am packing for a trip to heaven. >> reporter: he read those words that her daughter wrote 24 years ago. she found the paper after a stranger kidnapped her from a
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store. >> there was just a sense of knowledge that something was going to happen. >> reporter: after a quarter of century of searching, she still does not know if she took that trip to heaven. >> i don't know how much more i can take. >> reporter: last october she learned a small bone found at a dumping site of the "speed freak killers" might be her daughters. she still waiting for dna to find out if part of the search is over so she is glad the fbi is in charge and they are searching a well. >> if this is her's is a 3-inch fragment, and there was more than a 3-inch fragment of bone that would need to be found. >> reporter: she has a message for wesley shermantine who sent me this letter saying he does not know what happened to the little girl.
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>> i am just calling on his compassion if he knows anything to tell us. >> reporter: she says for the first time she is taking anti- depressants to get through each day but her wait continues. >> if the only way i could get her back is in ashes, i want the ashes. i want her returned home. >> reporter: that may finally happen soon. reporting live, rita williams, ktvu channel 2 news. sentencing postponed for the father of the suspect in the deputy assistant secretary responsible for embassy -- in the sierra lamar disappearance. he was convicted of 17 counts of sex crimes against a girl who was just 4 or 5 when the abuse began. police arrested two people suspected of using a bb gun to
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carjack a woman. they were taken into custody saturday night, minutes after the carjacking. they spotted them in the stolen car. the victim says she was a few blocks away when he knocked on her window, pointed a gun and demanded she give him her car. she did and then called 911. new details in the case of a young hair stylist who died in the hands of police officers. >> jade hernandez is live with why the victim's family isn't satisfied with the new police account. >> reporter: a few hours ago the police chief made it clear he wanted to provide transparency about the night he was shot and killed by police. the family says they are still in the dark about that night. >> reporter: the police chief
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outlined what happened. dispatch got a call about a man attacked, heard a struggle and then the line went dead. four officers responded to the apartment complex. once inside they found him, the man you see here, with a kitchen knife. he charged and officers fired. >> i don't want to spectulate but officers don't -- speculate, but officers don't shoot anyone unless they are forced. >> reporter: why wasn't a taser used? >> if we are able to use a taser than we do that if we have the opportunity to do that. >> there was never even a consideration he might be mentally ill. >> reporter: she says he seemed less of a threat. >> the fact he was 5'4", 140 pounds, coming down stairs? how is that going to impact
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guys? >> reporter: the salon where he worked declined to offer further statement today. the attorney explained there is no closure since he sent a text to a girl and then wound up dead. >> i don't think i can talk to anybody who can understand it or believes the stories. >> reporter: he had no criminal record and the four officers have returned back to work. jade hernandez, ktvu channel 2 news. prosecutors are laying out their case against the man accused of carrying out the colorado move theater shooting. james holmes appeared in court today. his appearance was different from what we have seen. he has longer hair and a full beard. james holmes is accused of killing 12 people and facing
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160 counts, including murder and attempted murder. a judge must decide if he is mentally competent. prosecutors haven't said if they plan to seek the death penalty. the chair of google is in -- chairman of google is in north korea. he hasn't said much about the trip but he is a supporter of providing internet access to everyone. something north korea doesn't support. he says it will include meetings with leaders. the u.s. has criticized the trip because of tensions. >> a report examining cal grant's new standards said it disqualified colleges from the program. the rules adopted disqualified 80% of the schools. the standards were designed to
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steer students towards a better qualify education. no state run colleges were effected. five people were injured in new jersey when an escalator changed directions. this video shows the chaos. the escalator was going up when it went into high speed reverse. you see here several people are struggling to climb up as it goes down. many people wrote it back down and piled up on top of other people. three people were taken to the hospital. not cleared what caused that. big victory, the ruling that could move sales of electric cars into the fast lane. >> this man hit it big in the lottery and died the death is b
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sofa... desk... you know what? why don't you go get some frozen yogurt. i got this. you're so sweet. you got this, right? i do got this. let us get everything off the shelf, and to your home. . tesla won a battle with car dealers in massachusetts. they thrown out a lawsuit that says they didn't have to sell their electric cars there. people who don't -- people
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could soon use a gadget, panasonic unveiled the device today. wireless bone conduction head phones that work like hearing aids by transmitting sound waves through your skull. one of several devices unveiled at that show. the death rate from cancer inches down in the united states. experts say the challenge is to continue that decrease. because the population is getting older and fatter, which are both risk factors for cancer. death rates dropped in the 1990s. >> chicago police are investigating a lottery winner's death as a homicide. he died in june a month after will an million dollars. thionylsy said the death was the -- they initially said the
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death was natural causes. after months of testing they came back showing he died of cyanide. police haven't said if they have suspects in the case. shell oil drilling rig that ran a ground was towed today. stormy weather tore the rig away on new year's eve and tossed it on to shore. it doesn't appear the fuel tanks were breached. 600 people were involved with the recovery effort. shell will be footing the bill. and the nominee is, president obama. announces his choice for secretary of defense. why his pick is met with fierce opposition. >> a beautiful red sky tonight. clouds increasing, and a glance sprinkles into the five-day forecast and a -- chance of
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president obama nominated chuck hagel to be the next secretary of defense. even before the announcement critics went on the attack. the report from washington, d.c. on why the objections are coming from both sides. >> reporter: i am told this is where chuck hagel could have a confirmation hearing. he will also meet with individuals ahead of the hearing. president obama picked chuck hagel to be the next secretary of defense. he is a veteran who received two purple hearts. >> our troops see a decorated
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combat veteran of strength. >> reporter: served as a senator from 1996 to 2009. going against most republicans by speaking out on the war in iraq. >> i am also grateful for an opportunity to help continue to strengthen our country. >> reporter: several lawmakers don't believe he will protect israel and stand up to iran on nuclear weapons. >> israel must negotiate with hamas. >> do his views make sense for that particular job? i think he ought to be give an fair hearing like any other nominee and he will be. >> reporter: we contacted senator dianne feinstein, she supports chuck hagel as secretary of defense. a hearing will not be held till
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after inauguration. ktvu channel 2 news. barbara boxer said i will follow chuck hagel's process very closely to ensure he shares the president's commitment to a secure middle east. san jose's first city councilman took office today. he was elected in november to respect the 10th district. he is happy to serve a city that is so diverse. arab americans are beginning to get involved in the community. >> after 9/11 the community got scared and went inside their shells. i think now that they understand that we have a great community of very understanding and open people. >> he is a financial advisory
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that grew up in san jose. the popular host of "california's gold" huell howser died. his production company said he passed away last night at the age of 67. we found this video of one of his episodes. he traveled traveled the state telling tales of california history. he retired in november. the search continued today for the plane carrying a man and five other people. the plane took off friday from vacation islands on what was supposed to be a 45 minute flight. an alert was issued when it disappeared off of radar. hundreds of people have been involved in the search. >> a new study shows astronauts
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will face sleep issues. the study involved a trip to the red planet with six volunteers spending 520 days in trailer sized isolation chambers. they needed more sleep and suffered more insomnia as the study went on. it showed the importance of lights. university of california at berkeleystronomers are posting -- university of california at berkeley astronomers are posting new information. there could be 17 billion planets similar to our plants. they have yet to find a planet just like earth but it gives them a road map in their such. the scientists used data gathered by a space craft launched in 2009. what could be good news for pedestrians, the government is proposing a noise requirement
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for electric cars. the national transportation safety board says the vehicles don't make enough sounds to warn pedestrians they are coming. the rule would require the noise be made at 18 miles per hour or less and be audible over back ground sounds. the administration will take public comment for the next 60 days. our weather now. nice day and our chief meteorologist bill martin is back. >> we got a few more days of this. the weather will change towards the middle of the week, more clouds and sprinkles. the main impact is the cold weather system. as it moves in temperatures will chill off. right now the jet stream is keeping everything north. we are staying dry and a few clouds filtering in. tomorrow morning the story will be chilly and foggy. dense fog advisory for the east
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bay and the valley. dense fog advisory means it will be hard. if you had fog this morning, you got it again tomorrow morning. spare the air day. chilly and wet. when i say wet, not rain, just sprinkles, that could spall snow flurries. 35 tomorrow morning in santa rosa. 36 napa. high pressure makes way for the low pressure system to move in. tomorrow is a nice warm day. warmer than today. warmest day of the week. 59 in livermore. 61 morgan hill. five-day forecast, you can see it looking not bad. nice run of rain. very productive rainfall season as you know. snow in the mountains.
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this break will be nice. the thing you will notice, colder. thursday and friday very cold. >> typical. >> yeah. nothing unusual. >> thank you. it is here. new numbers, how widespread the flu is. and got tickets? find out how much it will cost to go to saturday's game against the green bay packers. [ female announcer ] safeway presents real big deals of the week. or how to get great prices on things you need. if your resolution is saving money, safeway gives you real big club card deals each week. now's a good time to pack your lunches. lean cuisine is just $1.99. yoplait yogurt is just 50 cents. resolutions, kept. and charmin is $13.99 for 30 double rolls. real big deals this week and every week. only at safeway. ingredients for life.
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officials say the new data confirm that we are in for a bad flu season. officials that centers for disease control and prevention said the flu was widespread in 41 states. this year's vaccine is well matched to the flu but they say it is not 100% effective. it is expected to last till march or april. the 49ers take on the packers saturday in the nfl playoffs. if you would like to be there get ready to spend a lot of money. the only way to get tickets now is from all line ticket sites. ticket tron said the average ticket price was $354 a seat. for most fans those prices mean they will probably end up watching the game from home. >> i support them from my couch
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every sunday and i cheer them. but i don't go because too expensive. >> and here is the great news, watch that game for free because we will televise it live here on ktvu channel 2 news. ktvu coverage begins at 4:00 p.m. in the afternoon. we will have a special pre-game show with mark ibanez and joe fonzi, then fox picks up at 4:30 p.m. with kickoff at 5:00 p.m. and stay tuned following the game for the point after. city leaders will decide how to spend a million dollars grant to the fire department. they have awarded them a $1.24 million safer grant. that stands for staffing for adequate fire and emergency response. officials hope to maintain 24 hour staffing, hire more
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firefighters and rehire firefighters who were laid off. the san francisco exploratory move is now underway. the move to peer 15 should take 2 weeks but it is scheduled to open in april. an injured great horned owl is able to be released back into the owl. this shows the owl during rehabilitation. it fell out of a tree. it was attacked by a dog and injured. it spent 9 months healing. it is set to be released on saturday. he confessed to gunning down seven people now he may never stand trial, the mental stit on the osi umenyiora
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gunman. >> and a tanker remained in the bay area, the next steps for officials investigating how this could have happened.
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